Element Six Bursary Opportunities
Element Six (E6) is a subsidiary of De Beers and the world’s leading manufacturer and supplier of industrial diamond supermaterials used for mining, drilling, precision cutting, machining and polishing across various sectors such as Oil & Gas, mining, manufacturing, and machining and road construction.
We have offices throughout the world and a strong presence within the industry.
Our South African Operation in Springs (Gauteng) invites interested students to apply for bursaries in 2017 for the disciplines that are within the activities of E6 : Springs.
Who Can Apply?
Students studying on a full-time basis, in the following disciplines/ area of study:
• B.Eng. / B.Sc.Mechanical
• B.Eng. / B.Sc.Electrical
• B.Eng. / B.Sc.Electronic
• B.Eng. / B.Sc.Industrial
• B.Eng. / B.Sc.Metallurgical
• B.Eng. / B.Sc.Chemical
Application documents required:
• Comprehensive CV
• Academic record
• Acceptance letter / proof of registration (where applicable)
No application will be considered without these documents attached
You can visit our website for full company details
Closing date for applications: 31 August 2017
How To Apply?
Apply online here.
The aim of the Workplace Learner Programme is to build fully competent independent professionals within a discipline to support business delivery across the Southern Africa business.
It is a competency-based programme which provides learners with practical experience while building discipline foundations.
The programme typically runs over 12 months.
Countries (State/Region)South Africa
· To gain understanding of BP Fuels Value Chain (FVC) business operations and associated supporting functions.
· To gain understanding of the BP Southern Africa business, specifically the business strategy and activities, and indicate how to add value to this.
· To demonstrate basic up-to-date understanding of BP product knowledge and the critical business deliverables.
· To learn and develop basic managerial skills and competencies required for future leadership.
· To learn and develop basic technical skills and competencies to perform within the functional area.
· To apply theory and technical skills to contribute to solving practical business challenges.
· To deliver specific performance unit or functional unit tasks and activities as delegated by the hosting Line Manager.
BTech/ National Diploma/ relevant degree in:
Essential experience and job requirements
No Experience (Essential)
Desirable criteria and qualifications
BTech/ National Diploma/ relevant degree in:
Closing: 03 August 2017
How To Apply?
Apply online here.
Become A Successful Forex Trader In South Africa
The biggest stock market in the world, which is the New York Stock Exchange, trades a volume of about $22.4 billion each day. Forex is traded daily or even hourly. This means that you can simply enter the market at 10:00, make profit and then exit the market at 11:00. Depending on what you are trading and what your margins are, you could make R100 000 in just an hour.
There are many ways or approaches people take when they trade forex online. These are simply called forex trading strategies. There are also various products that can be traded in forex. The most popular ones are spot forex, currency futures, currency options, and currency exchange-traded funds (or ETFs).
Forex trading is accessible to anyone in the world and in South Africa. All that you need is the right tools to start generating money online. However the truth is 80% trader lose money in forex because they do not want to take courses to lear how to trade.
Here are steps you need to take if you want to become a winning forex trader in South Africa:
3.Develop a trading strategy
4.Open a demo account to practice
Additional to these steps above, you need to follow these simple rules that are followed by forex traders who become successful:
These steps are applicable as you trade on a live or real account.
1.Set stop-losses for every trade. Otherwise, failure is almost certain.
2.Develop a trading plan and always adhere to it.
3.Don’t risk more than 2% of your margin per single trade.
4.Keep your emotions separate from trading.
5.Never trade to compensate for your losses.
6.Only trade when you feel it’s the right moment.
7.Don’t be afraid of losses, every trader has them.
8.Try to achieve more profitable trades than losing ones.
For trading course information, send a whatsapp message to 0783627859
Standard Bank Learnerships Opportunities
The Learnership programme is targeted specifically at creating a pipeline for SAP developers in Banking Services. It is an 18 month programme that will allow successful candidates to be introduced to the world of Banking and SAP.
What’s in it for successful candidates?
• Candidates are given an opportunity to work towards a formal qualification in SAP modules as well as exposure to SAP.
• Learner Allowance: Programme participants will receive an allowance instead of a salary.
• Learners receive an allowance of R10000 per month (taxed as per SARS tax tables)
What is the qualifying criteria?
The candidate must:
• Be between the ages of 18-30
• Be able to speak, read and write English
• Have completed a three year IT related qualification (preferably in software development)
• Be computer literate
• Not be permanently employed
• Not be studying at any other institution
• Not be registered on any other learnership
What is the Recruitment process?
• Closing date for applications is 30 July 2017
How To Apply?
Click Here to IT SAP Skills Africa Learnership
Marist Brothers Linmeyer is a well-established private, Catholic, Co-Educational School in the South of Johannesburg which forms part of the Marist educational community which comprises of 5 Marist Schools in South Africa and educational institutions in over 75 countries worldwide. We are committed to excellence in education and thus provide a curriculum which meets the needs of an ever-changing society, without loss of focus on Christian based morals and values.
Applications are invited for the following post in the Senior Primary School to start January 2018.
SENIOR PRIMARY (Grade 4 – 7) Teacher Internship – 2018
Marist Brothers Linmeyer seeks to offer enthusiastic and committed interns the opportunity to gain on the job training while studying towards an education degree in the lntersen Phase (Gr 4 – 7).
PREFERENCE WILL BE GIVEN TO ASPIRING TEACHERS WHO:
Are South African citizens residing in Johannesburg
Will, in 2018, be studying in his/her 3rd or 4th year of study towards a Bachelor of Education (BEd) or a Postgraduate Certificate in Education (PGCE)
Are from previously disadvantaged groups and/or students in need of financial assistance
Have a proven track record of academic rigour
THE IDEAL CANDIDATES WILL BE:
Disciplined and willing to embark on distance learning while working full-time in a school environment
Able to add value to the school’s sporting extra-mural programme
Passionate about working with young children
Enthusiastic, creative and innovative
Willing to work and support the Catholic, Marist ethos of the school
Should you be interested in the above vacancy and meet the above requirements, please email your full Curriculum Vitae, motivating covering letter and references to the address below.
Closing date for applications: Thursday 3 August 2017.
Marist Brothers Linmeyer is an Equal Opportunity Employer. An application will not in itself entitle the applicant to an interview or appointment and only shortlisted applicants will be contacted. Only suitably qualified candidates should apply. MBL reserves the right not to proceed with the filling of this post.
August 3, 2017
Linmeyer, Johannesburg South, Gauteng, South Africa
Trudon Bursaries Application Requirements
Students must already have passed their first year of study at University
Students must be at specified accredited South African universities (no bursaries for the 2018 academic year will be awarded to students for studies at a university of technology or college)
Students must be a South African citizen
Student must have a valid ID book or card
Student must meet the standard for entry in your chosen field at the institute
Student must provide complete academic records
Candidates must provide proof of need for financial aid
Trudon is committed to the principles of Employment Equity – bursaries will be awarded to deserving students from disadvantaged backgrounds.
Who Must Apply?
Second or third year undergraduates studying in the following fields:
Engineering Industrial – BSc / BEng
Computer Engineering– BEng / BSc
Engineering Electronic – BEng / BSc
Applicants must have taken Maths (not Maths Literacy) in their matric year and achieved a minimum of a level 6.
Applicants must also be able to show that they have made good academic progress during their First and Second year of their tertiary education while studying towards obtaining a degree.
Applicants must have passed all courses for which they have registered while at university. Majors and overall average minimum 60%
Trudon does not award bursaries towards post-graduate studies.
What does the bursary cover?
Registration and Tuition fees
Residence fees (where applicable)
Bursary details here.
If you are a current graduate studying property management and surveying, this traineeship is a great opportunity for you.
MANAGEMENT TRAINEES 10 POSTS REF NO: REMS/07/2017
Branch: Real Estate Management Services
SALARY : R262 272 per annum
CENTRE : Pretoria
- A three year qualification in Property Management/Property Studies, Quantity Surveying, Real Estate or any related qualification with at least one year working experience in the Property Management environment;
- Knowledge and Experience in Estate Agency, Market Valuation, and Lease Management would be an added advantage.
- A valid driver’s licence is essential.
- Inspection of properties to ensure compliance with lease agreements;
- ensure that leased properties are utilised optimally;
- Maintain lease database of the Department;
- make follow up with landlords and client departments on lease matters;
- Review and assist with reviewing lease agreements before approval by the Department;
- Attend to audit enquiries and requests from Internal Audit and Auditor-General SA;
- Conduct market research in the Property / Real Estate industry;
- Advise the Department on policy and ensure that the policy on Leases are aligned with industry norms.
The Department of Public Works is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer.
It is intended to promote representivity through the filling of these posts.
The intention is to promote representativity in the Public Service through the filling of vacant posts, and persons whose appointment will promote representativity, will receive preference.
An indication by candidates in this regard will facilitate the processing of applications.
How To Apply?
Applications quoting the relevant reference number, should be forwarded as follows: The Director-General, Department of Public Works, Private Bag X65, Pretoria, 0001 or Hand delivered at Corner Vermuelen (Madiba) & Bosman Street, Central Government Offices Building, Pretoria.
FOR ATTENTION : Ms V. Manzini, Human Capital Investment
CLOSING DATE : 24 July 2017
Applications should be submitted on a signed Z83 Form – CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD THE FORM
Z83 Form – CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD THE FORM, obtainable from any Public Service Department and must be accompanied by a comprehensive CV, certified copies of qualifications and identification document.
Certified documents should not be older than three (3) months.
Applications not complying with the above will be disqualified.
Should you not hear from us within the next two months, please regard your application as unsuccessful.
No faxed or e-mailed applications will be accepted.
NB: It is the responsibility of all applicants to ensure that foreign and other qualifications are evaluated by SAQA.
Recognition of prior learning will only be considered on submission of proof by candidates.
Kindly note that your appointment is subjected to verification of qualifications and a security clearance.
Application must reach us by no later than 16h00 of the closing date.
Application received after the closing date will not be considered.
Please forward your application, quoting the relevant reference number, to the address mentioned.
People with disabilities are encouraged to apply.
Clicks has an exciting opportunity available to complete a Learnership Programme to qualify as a Pharmacist Assistant.
Do you want to work and obtain a qualification at the same time?
Are you passionate about healthcare and delivering superior patient care?
The position reports to the Pharmacy Manager. Purpose and Objectives
Successfully complete a National Certificate: Pharmacy Assistance Learnership Programme (Learner Basic Pharmacist Assistant) and a Further Education and Training Certificate: Pharmacist Assistance (Learner Post Basic Pharmacist Assistant) through the accredited Pharmacy Healthcare Academy
A structured learning programme that consists of a theoretical and practical component and that leads to a qualification that is registered on the National Qualification Framework (NQF)
As a Learner on this programme you will be required to meet the following objectives:
- Successfully complete the Learnership Training Contracts at a registered Clicks Pharmacy and under an approved tutor
- Attend the required training interventions and successfully complete the competency assessments
- Submit a Portfolio of Evidence
- Provide support to the healthcare team in one of the Click’s Pharmacies under the supervision of a registered Pharmacist and within the legal scope of practice as outlined by the South African Pharmacy Council (SAPC)
- Essential requirement: completion of Grade 12 with a minimum of 50% in Mathematics (or 60% in Mathematical Literacy) and 50% in English
Skills, Abilities and Job Related Knowledge:
- Customer service orientated
- Accuracy and attention to detail
- Computer Literacy
Work back agreement:
Successful applicants will be required to enter into a work back agreement and will be required to work for Clicks as a qualified Pharmacist Assistant for a period equal to the length of the learnership period as a minimum
Closing Date: 20 July 2017
HOW TO APPLY
Anglo American BLAST Programme Learnerships
BLAST is Anglo American’s flagship graduate programme. It aims to attract the brightest and best talent exiting university.
The BLAST programme offers unique opportunities to the candidates on the programme.
The BLAST proposition offers successful candidates the exposure to have 3 real roles across 2 continents in 4 years.
The roles are carefully selected to ensure the BLASTer has the opportunity to develop skills, knowledge and experience which will equip them to be part of the Emerging Talent population in the company.
Every person has a customised development plan ensuring the person is well placed in the company to have a successful career.
Typically a career path on BLAST would initially be a role in South Africa, very closely aligned to the BLASTer’s field of study.
This role could also be part of requisite training to achieve a professional qualification for example Government Certificate of Competency, Mine Manager Certificate or Chartered Account.
This could take longer than 16 months.
The second role is selected to gain additional experience, often closely aligned to your chosen discipline but will broaden your knowledge and skills. This is usually the international assignment.
The last role is selected to ensure the BLASTer is well prepared for a role post the BLAST programme where you are placed within the business.
All BLASTers are encouraged to continuously develop, further advancing their knowledge and skills in their fields of study or related areas.
All BLASTers will attend the Group Management programmes whilst on the BLAST programme.
This includes The Achiever Programme (TAP) and Programme for Management Excellence (PME).
The Anglo American group of companies all participate in the programme and offer suitable roles for BLASTers.
There are a large number of operations in South Africa and Southern Africa, as well as Brazil, Chile, Canada and Corporate offices in Johannesburg and London.
Do you have what it takes?
Applicants will have a 4 year degree or post graduate degree in disciplines that are relevant to our business in particular Mechanical Engineering, Mining Engineering, Chemical Engineering and Business Science/Finance
Demonstration of strong leadership
Possess drive and ambition and a passion for new challenges
Actively participates in campus or community life
Closing Date for applications: midnight on the 30th of July 2017
How To Apply?
PSG Bursary Programme Information
PSG is a leading financial services provider in South Africa and is committed to contribute towards the growth, development and empowerment of youth in the country.
Our PSG Bursary Programme aims to create a pipeline of young talent within the financial services industry.
PSG Bursary Value
Financial assistance regarding your post-graduate programme (Tuition, textbooks etc)
Entry to the Graduate programme the following year.
Continuous coaching, mentoring and on-the-job training
Work exposure within the financial services industry
Be South African Citizens
Degree in one of the following disciplines:
Science (Applied Chemistry, Physics, Actuarial Science)
IT (Information Technology, Information Systems, Computer Science, Informatics, Project Management, Software Development, Data Analytics, Artificial Intelligence)
Engineering (Chemical Engineering, Electrical, Electronic and Computer, Mechanical, Industrial)
Math/Stats (Applied Mathematics, Mathematical Sciences, Statistics)
Average of 65% and above
Ambitious & looking to advance in their career within the financial services industry
Energetic with a solution oriented attitude
Good at working in a team
Able to remain calm under pressure
Attention to detail
How to apply?
If you meet with the minimum requirements, you can apply by visiting our PSG website. Simply go to the Careers tab on our website (www.psg.co.za) and complete the registration process. Upload your CV, academic transcripts, and a copy of your ID and submit your application to the relevant programme.